The employee-owners of Applewood Seed Co. are pleased to announce that ASCO has been named a 2022 Colorado Companies to Watch Finalist. To be eligible for this award a Colorado-based company needs to be what is referred to as a “second stage” company, employing 6-99 people and focused on continued growth within the business.
Arvada, CO – Gene and Dee Milstein are proud to announce the final transition of Applewood Seed to a 100% employee-owned company. In a special meeting held at the company’s Colorado headquarters, the current and potential employee-owners of Applewood Seed celebrated the sale of the final shares held by the Milstein’s to the Employee Stock […]
Happy New Year from your Friends at Applewood Seed! We are pleased to present the new 2022 Applewood Seed Co. Seed Catalog. We have added a number of new items for this year. You will find a brief summary of these items in the “New Products for 2022” on the third page of the catalog. […]
As 2021 comes to a close we want to thank all our customers, vendors, and their families for their continued support of Applewood Seed Company. We can’t flourish without your support, and we look forward to fulfilling your wildflower requests in 2022. Season’s Greetings, Happy Holidays, and stay safe and healthy in the New Year.
2021 has been a year of change and growth for Applewood Seed Company. Factor in COVID-19 and supply chain challenges, and our staff has gone above and beyond to provide exceptional customer service and quality seed to our customers. We celebrate all our staff with hard-earned work anniversaries in 2021.
Applewood Seed Co., an employee-owned company, is pleased to announce that Mary Gomane will join Applewood as Director of Sales and Purchasing. Based in Colorado, she will oversee all sales and purchasing activities and will work directly with Norm Poppe, CEO, to continue Applewood Seed’s legacy as a leading wildflower and garden flower seed supplier and […]
Fall garden and landscape maintenance can be daunting tasks for anyone. What if we were to tell you, the rules of the past could be bent for the better? Perhaps, pause on the rakes and bags, lay down the loppers and shears, and let us consider what lives in the debris we are cutting down. […]
When it comes to late-season color, the Aster is King. These diverse and hardy forbs are essential end-of-season food for pollinators in wild ecosystems and keep gardens and landscapes colorful long after other flowers have faded. While many late summer perennial species tend to range from gold to yellow, Asters add variety with a feast […]
Just a few days ago, our staff was weeding in our trial gardens when they noticed what looked like a leaf hanging under the shed door. Curious, he took a closer look. There, dangling precariously just above the ground, was a tiny green chrysalis. And sure enough, our trials and research coordinator identified it as […]
What is the first thing you think of when you hear, “wasp”? Was it yellow jacket, hornet, fear, nuisance, pain? What about beneficial wasps? Have you heard of them? What do you think they do? For many the concept of a “beneficial wasp” is entirely foreign and difficult to believe. There are actually thousands of […]